A documentary charting the life of legendary Hamish MacInnes – the man behind the Mount Everest Southwest face expedition, and author of International Mountain Rescue Handbook which is regarded as the standard manual in mountain rescue worldwide. MacInnes is also known as an inventor of rock and ice climbing equipment, as well as being the rescue stretcher and stuntman for renowned mountain films, and author of dozens of mountain books. It is memorable to watch his fight as dementia sets in and he battles to regain his memories through his writings and film. This is a rare opportunity to watch images from the 50s, including those of the Southwest face of Mount Everest, Rakaposhi, Matterhorn, and Roraima. (Christine PAE)
[Screening Information]-UMFF On Air (Online Screening) / 10.28 ~ 11.01 (5 days) / Korean Open (limited for Korea region)
* Every film is only available from 00:00(KST) on its start date to 23:59(KST) on its end date.
-Theater Screening / 11.28(Sat) 11:00 / Alps Cinema 1
Robbie Fraser is an award-winning filmmaker from Scotland. He has made four feature films, GamerZ, The Bridge Rising, Family Goldmine and Hamish. His television documentary 'Tormod' won the Jury Prize at the Celtic Media Festival 2010, and his television drama Elvis was nominated for Best TV Drama by BAFTA Scotland in 2010. His films have played at festivals worldwide
Alps Cinema 1